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Keynote by Prof. Goran Strbac, Professor of Energy Systems at Imperial College
This panel session investigates possible energy futures and have an open debate on open options of the future energy supply.
Since May 2015, flow-based market coupling is in place in Western Europe (Belgium, Netherlands, Germany/Austria and France). Flow-based market coupling (FBMC) replaced the available transfer capacity (ATC) method to calculate the available cross-border transmission capacity in the day-ahead market. In this panel session, different stakeholders present and discuss the lessons learned after one year flow-based market coupling.
This special session will focus on the question how to optimally aggregate and integrate flexibility, coming from different – sometimes very local – sources such as demand response, storage and flexible generation, into different kinds of existing and future markets.
Closing Keynote by Jos Delbeke, Director-General of the European Commission’s DG Climate Action
This panel will showcase the applications of uncertainty-based research at all levels of the power system – from understanding the role of consumers when making control decisions in uncertain energy systems through to incorporating uncertainty models into large-scale power system security analysis.
The aim of the tutorial is to offer attendees the basics of co-simulation with examples of applications in ICT-driven Smart Grid analysis. Co-Simulation based approaches should be utilized to develop, test and verify paradigms for next generation monitoring, control and operation of energy systems. The co-simulation approach usually involves the integration of two or more simulators to capture the cyber physical dependency of a process.
The aim of this tutorial is to give an introduction to smart MES, starting from the speakers’ numerous research activities in this area which took place over the last ten years within the context of several UK and European projects.